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Solomons to have 'unprecedented' development opportunities, China says

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
The Solomon Islands will have unprecedented development opportunities now that it has ditched ties with Taiwan in favor of China, Beijing said on Tuesday, a major victory for China in its campaign to pressure the self-ruled, democratic island.
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